Offers a fresh viewpoint in Christian thought by looking at sin from the perspective of the sinned-against rather than that of the sinner needing forgiveness.
Table of Contents
Introduction Why Do We Need Another Book on the 1 (24)
Subject of Sin?
The Shrill Voice of the Wounded Party 25 (20)
The Bible and Han 45 (16)
Andrew Sung Park
The Alienation of Alienation 61 (10)
Justo L. Gonzalez
For Shame, For Shame, The Shame of it All: 71 (16)
Postures of Refusal and the Broken Heart
Susan L. Nelson
Beyond ``The Addict's Excuse'': Sin, Public 87 (22)
Addiction, and Ecclesial Recovery
Reconstructing the Doctrine of Sin 109(14)
Theodore W. Jennings Jr.
The Conundrum of Sin, Sex, Violence, and 123(20)
Marie M. Fortune
Teaching Justice and Reconciliation in a 143(22)
Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore
Hospitality to Victims: A Challenge for 165(16)
Ruth C. Duck